with Jo Wortley
Research shows that the lightest touch upon skin has a channel of communication right through to bone. Based on the understanding that during the development of the embryo, the ectoderm becomes both the neurological system and the skin - both of which are sensory organs responsible for sending signals to the brain, Howard Plummer developed an extremely gentle way of administering Bowen moves. This technique became known as 'Fascia Bowen'.
Fascia Bowen is an ideal alternative for clients who are either very young, frail, stressed, experiencing significant pain, whose body responds strongly to, or cannot tolerate the standard Bowen moves, as well as those who are severely disabled. It represents an ideal accompaniment to your current Bowen repertoire.